Supporting Documents
Peel International Significance Report
Prepared for Yukon Parks, Department of Environment, Government of Yukon, Whitehorse
Peel International Significance Report.pdf3877kb
Peel Watershed, Yukon - International Significance from the perspective of Parks, Recreation and Conservation - April 4, 2008
Water Resources Assessment Report
Prepared by James Kenyon, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Gerry Whitley, Consultant
Water Resources Assessment Report.pdf369kb
Water Resources Assessment For The Peel Watershed - April 1, 2008
Peel River Watershed Fisheries Information Summary Report - Preliminary Assessment
Prepared by EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc.
The Peel Watershed Planning Commission retained Environmental Dynamics Inc. to complete this project with the objective of facilitating an integration of existing fish and fish habitat knowledge into the Peel regional land use planning process.
Strategic Overview of Possible Mineral Development Scenarios, Phase 1. Peel River Watershed Planning Region
Prepared by Gartner Lee Limited
Mineral Scenarios report.pdf8941kb
Strategic Overview of Possible Mineral Development Scenarios, Phase 1 Peel River Watershed Planning Region - Revised September, 2006.
Oil and Gas Model - Peel Plateau
Prepared by Yukon Energy, Mines & Resources, Oil and Gas Resources
Oil and Gas Model - Peel Plateau.pdf147kb
Peel Plateau and Plain Petroleum Exploration and Development Model - R. Corbet - November, 2007.
Peel Watershed Tourism and Recreation Report
Yukon Department of Tourism and Culture and Yukon Department of Environment, Parks Branch
Peel Watershed Tourism & Recreation Report.pdf478kb
Peel Watershed Tourism & Recreation Report - March 2008.

Conservation Assessment Priorities - Oct. 2006
Prepared by Peel Watershed Planning Commission
© Peel Watershed Planning Commission 2007